The Kiss by Auguste Rodin – 1889; Rodin Museum, Paris, FranceAnother work of Rodin’s that was intended to be an installation to The Gates of Hell, an entirely sculpted depiction of Dante’s Inferno. The piece presents an Italian noble woman who has fallen in love with her husband’s younger brother, which ultimately ends with the lovers being discovered and killed by the husband. Their lips don’t actually touch in the sculpture, implying that they were found before they ever had the chance to kiss. For any statue customized, please feel free to contact with You Fine.
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Post time: 2019-04-23